Rust Bullet vs POR 15

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  1. 68 Clone

    68 Clone New Member

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    I know POR 15 is good stuff, but also $$$. Has anyone here used RUST BULLET??? The price seems right, but only if it really does what they say. Thanks :shrug:
     
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    66 BLAKE 96 Native Texican Founding Member

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    Never heard of Rust Bullet. Highly reccomend POR-15 though.
     
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    Same here, I highly recommend POR-15, and a little goes a long way, it's not like you need to spend much over $100 for all you'll need.
     
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    what about rust cure, or du-pont metal conditioner # 5717S? rust cure i think needs rust to convert into paintable surface. and the dupont stuff says it prevents rust formation under paint and etches metal to improve adhesion. any one use the dupont stuff?
     
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    I think you could dip your whole car for $100 :D

    I bought one quart and covered the entire interior (not doors) AND the engine compartment. Even had a little left over.
     
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    Another vote for POR-15

    POR-15 is well worth the money! Remember quality ain't cheap!
     
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    http://www.itkillsrust.com/product_info.php/cPath/23/products_id/237

    http://www.itkillsrust.com/product_comparison.php

    Check the links above, I just wanted to know if any of you have tried this stuff. If it does what they say, it looks real good, but I would like to hear from someone with personal experience. If not, I can always get POR 15. Thanks :flag:
     
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